Specifically designed for women leaders in health and aged care, the Women in Health & Aged Care Leadership two day masterclass will provide you with the skills and strategies to overcome obstacles and advance your career. Intimate and hands-on, this unique networking and learning opportunity will facilitate real connections and personal development, whilst helping you to develop a toolkit for career progression. Join us to network with like-minded peers and learn from successful leaders so you can step up your leadership career in health and aged care.
Why should you attend this masterclass?
- Learn about personal leadership styles and discover yours
- Develop your communication skills to influence others and negotiate with a range of stakeholders
- Build resilience and learn how to manage change
- Gain insights from a panel of senior female leaders in the health and aged care sectors
- Become a leader of innovation in your organisation
- Promote yourself as a leader in your organisation
Aspiring female leaders in healthcare/aged care from public, private and not-for-profit organisations. Roles including:
Attend to learn:
- Become an authentic leader by taking a strength-based approach
- Drive change & innovation as a health & aged care leader
- Advance your communication skills to engage your team & external stakeholders
Anne has had many years of experience working in large complex organisations as a CEO and senior executive in the health, community and ambulance sectors in South Africa and Australia. She has an excellent understanding of both the management and clinical aspects of the health system having started her career as a medical practitioner. Leading a broad range of portfolios, she has strategically managed the constant change, reorganisation, or redesign of services and resources at a national, state-wide and local level in positive and negative financial times. Anne now runs her own coaching, consulting and training business, Chameleon Leadership. As a business consultant, she provides objective advice and practical solutions to deliver sustainable outcomes to complex
challenges in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.
Using her experience of the day to day pressures experienced by leaders, Anne has successfully designed and facilitated tailor-made leadership
development and assessment programmes for senior, middle and junior executives/managers. As a coach, she believes that motivated, strategically aligned staff that are supported to maximise their potential are the best asset of any clientfocused business.
MBA MBChB DCH, Dip Coaching, Dip Counselling, NLP, Cert IV Training and Development
Appointed in May 2019 as the Chief Quality and Risk Officer, Leanne has 40 years experience in healthcare commencing her career as a nurse in Melbourne Australia.
Prior to her appointment with Estia Health, Leanne held the position of National Deputy Clinical Governance Manager for Ramsay Health Care.
Over her career Leanne has held a number of national and international private healthcare appointments. These roles saw Leanne lead strategy and operational initiatives for both clinical and business matters. Those initiatives blended both quality improvement and cost control via reduction and elimination of waste. The roles also demanded her experience and knowledge of risk management, liaison with key customer groups such as third party payers, underwriting insurers, government bodies, doctors, and management teams.
Western Sydney Local Health District
Date: 23 Oct 2019 By: Criterion Content Team
After a year of speculation and waiting, the interim report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety due next week will offer the sector’s first insights into the findings and proposed changes. “The evidence shows that the problems are not restricted to any one part of the aged care sector, whether it …
Date: 20 Mar 2019 By: Ash Natesh
Boards governing aged care providers are increasingly under scrutiny during this period of immense change for the aged care sector. With the Royal Commission underway, providers are being called at short notice to provide evidence and account for the quality and safety of their service delivery. At the same time, the new Aged Care Safety …
Date: 10 Jan 2019 By: Ash Natesh
As revolutionary aged care technologies are being trialed and implemented across the nation, innovation and research is once again high on the agenda for many Aged Care Providers across Australia. So let’s delve into what 2018 had on its agenda? Virtual reality driving simulators to test whether seniors can keep their licenses, apps …
Date: 13 Dec 2018 By: Ash Natesh
We interviewed, Chris Dougherty, General Manager, Human Resources Prescare & Professor Michael Woods, Centre of Health Economics Research & Evaluation, University of Technology Sydney. Here is their Insights on what the challenges and wins the aged care sector has faced in 2018: Chris Dougherty, General Manager, Human Resources Prescare “The largest challenge was the looming …